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January 30, 2018 • Page 16 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com MMC Bede Art Gallery to Feature Photography Of Cheryl Halsey The Bede Art Gallery on the campus of Mount Marty College will host a photography exhibition by artist Cheryl Halsey starting Jan. 29. The collection entitled “Yes” marks a new direction in Halsey’s work. “Last January I decided to focus on photography,” she said. “I’ve been working to gain comfort with it, find out what I’m interested in, and consider how to use it.” While the varied body of work tells the tale of Halsey’s growth and discovery, she also hopes her audience will come away with a new perspective. “It’s a reliably interesting world,” says Halsey. “From our rural home to a sampling of other places, these are inspired moments meant to remind us that ‘what to see’ is everywhere.” Halsey’s collection of images will be displayed in the Bede Art Gallery from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. starting Jan. 29. The exhibit is free, open to the public and will conclude with a reception and gallery talk on Feb. 23 from 5-7 p.m. To learn more about the Bede Art Gallery or MMC’s fine arts degree programs and curriculum, call 605-668-1545 or visit mtmc.edu/arts. Need people to find your business? Get your display ad here! MV Shopper MV*Shopper* * * *********************************** ****** M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y www.missourivalleyshopper.com 665-5884 M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Yankton Fire Department Auxiliary The Yankton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary began regular meetings with a membership and elected officers in 1969. Even though times have changed in 49 years – the philosophy and mission of the Auxiliary remains the same: To provide time and talent to support, encourage and help the Yankton Volunteer Fire Department, the members, and their families. There are currently 47 firefighters on the department, two which are full time and 45 volunteers. Each member of the Yankton Volunteer Fire Department commits a great deal of time and energy into training and response. They not only respond to fires, they also respond to car accidents outside the city limits if there is a report of an injury. While being a member of the Yankton Yankton Fire Department Current Auxiliary Volunteer Fire Department can be time consuming and requires a great deal of effort – at the same time it is a very rewarding and wonderful opportunity, not only for the member but for their significant other, spouse and family. The Fire Department is a family. Yankton is very fortunate to have such a long standing Auxiliary. There are many communities around us that cannot keep an Auxiliary going. What is the secret – family. The Auxiliary is an extension of the Fire Department family. We all pitch in to give each other a hand. And we all work hard to support each other. If the fire fighters are at a fire for an extended number of hours – the Auxiliary provides drinks and food to make sure everyone stays hydrated and nourished. If the fire fighters are at a fire in 20 degrees below zero – the Auxiliary provides hot drinks and additional clothing to make sure everyone stays warm and safe. If the fire department has an extremely difficult and devastating fire, the auxiliary is there to help with moral support and anything that is needed to get through. If someone is in the hospital or has a death in the family, the Auxiliary is there. If there is a baby, a graduation or a wedding, the Auxiliary is there. Yankton Fire Department Retired Auxiliary While the Auxiliary’s main focus is support, they do have fun, too. As members of the Auxiliary – they continue to have organized monthly meetings. They also have annual family picnics, spring parties, Easter parties, and celebrate once a year with the retired Auxiliary membership. And that’s not all; you can find the Yankton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary serving at the banquet, handing out candy at the Riverboat Days parade, purchasing holiday gifts for a family, playing Bingo at the nursing home, plus much more. The Yankton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary is proud of their history and what they have accomplished over the years. But most of all they are proud to support the Yankton Volunteer Fire Department and the community of Yankton. 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